What is the world’s darkest room?
New Scientist, a US magazine, has announced a photo of the darkest room in the world, which it describes as “the darkest room of all”.
The dark room is at the top of the US National Library of Medicine (NLM), the largest library in the country, and it houses the world wide medical records.
The room is so dark that researchers are unsure whether it has ever been photographed.
“This is the darkest of all rooms in the NLM.
It is one of the few dark rooms on earth that are dark enough for people to be able to get close and smell the air and see the light,” said the magazine in a statement.
The darkroom has been in use for decades, and was first photographed in 1953 by John Cramer, who took the photos in a dark room.
It became known as the “Black Box”, named after the first person to photograph it, Cramer in 1959.NLM is part of the National Library system and is funded by the National Science Foundation.
The images were obtained using a scanning electron microscope.NHS says it is aware of the dark room’s existence and is working with the US Library of Congress to identify what exactly the room is, but declined to say whether it was a medical facility.
The NLM is a research institution, and is one among a number of research facilities around the world that houses medical records, including the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institute on Aging (NIO), and National Cancer Institute.
The US is home to more than 80,000 medical institutions and is the biggest contributor to NIAID, which receives about $5 billion in federal funding every year.
It also supports NIO, NIO-funded research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Institutes on Aging.
The NIH is responsible for funding medical research.